This followed antitrust authorities imposing a penalty on the sector in 2013 for collusion in tendering processes.
Woods said in a statement released by his spokesman that alcohol was not a factor in his arrest but apologised and added that he took full responsibility.
The world number one’s love affair with clay has turned sour this year, with recent losses to Borna Coric in Madrid and Fabio Fognini in Rome.
Brazil’s economy eked out growth in the first quarter following its most painful recession in more than a century.
John McCain was speaking in an interview in Australia, where he has held security talks on his way to a defence summit in Singapore.
Electoral authorities had abruptly stopped tallying votes and announced the incumbent President Mwai Kibaki the winner.
Reports show Woods, who was booked on a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs at 7:18 am, was released several hours later on his own recognisance.
President Mohammadu Buhari’s repeated periods of medical leave have raised concerns.